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Creators, Artists, and Creative Teachers talk about Creative Process.⇣
My name is Yeo Jin and I'm a colored pencil art illustrator and author based in Seoul. My work is based on flowers because they always bring me happiness!
Before I became a VR artist, I started out as an oil painter, focusing on portraits. Over the years, this evolved as I became more interested in the concepts behind the process of making.
I was born in the Soviet Union in what is now called Ukraine. I loved to draw as a child; I even won several prizes. After high-school I went on to study economics, but wasn't satisfied with the possibility of a full-time future at the desk of a dull, dusty office. So I decided to try art seriously.
Hello, I'm Soosh. I was born and raised by people. I identify myself with no country, nationality, religion, or anything else. I am spending my life observing people and myself, diving deep into the details of everything.
Phil Brookes is a music composer and sound designer from Wales. He worked with TedEd,...
Eva Münnich turned around her creative path to 3D art. In the interview, she shares some tips and talks about the fantastic X-Files animation project.
I’m exploring dichotomies, states of flux, and the threshold between interior and exterior, the tangible and intangible.
The iPad has really improved my life. Now I work in bed, in libraries, in cafes. I choose a place to work, I move around, I don't just sit in front of my computer.
"My style of art-making whether it’s sewing, drawing or whatever is unselfconscious and meant to delight and inspire people."
Almost always indoors, TV and books became my main forms of escapism - and drawing! I was raised in a very tropical city surrounded by hills and palm trees, but sadly wasn’t really allowed to explore my environment fully.
When it comes to my own art, I never really felt like I had a style until fairly recently. If I were to describe my style it would be "evolving". It’s only the past year or so I feel like I've kind of figured it out.
Growing up in Taiwan, pursuing an artistic career was looked down upon, and I was often told by adults to study more practical subjects, or else I'll end up starving on the streets.
I would consider my style to be a fusion of Western & Asian influences, with an antique and vintage feeling to it.
In this age of information and social media where it feels like we're competing with everyone else by posting our work and creations every minute of every day, it's easy to get lost and forget what kind of art you want to do, what your art does, and what kind of artist you want to be.
"I sweat over my illustrations until it looks closest to the way I see it in my head"
My name is Sylvia Boomer Yang. I am an illustrator, animator and GIF artist based in Brooklyn. For my professional work, I create motion graphics, animated illustrations and storyboards for explainers, video series and apps...
I like layering textures and playing with lots of colours.
Becoming a mom called me back to painting.
Ed Cheverton is a Bristol based Artist and Illustrator. His work features collage, comics, zines and toys.
I am a first-generation Canadian artist working as an illustrator and a designer from my Montreal Studio. I work in a variety of fields using both of streams of expertise to create bright and colorful images for editorials, packaging and publishing, and more.